Mindtroll crept up from the Gowanus Canal in early 2010 and has since spent their time honing their inscrutable sound, which is not unlike the angriest children's choir.
“They sound like if the Violent Femmes played songs by The Shaggs”
“Some of their songs are just ridiculously catchy. It is one day after the show and I still have some of the most absurd nonsense stuck in my head”
“Mindtroll will probably get half the room dancing and the other half snort-laughing with their catchy melodies and silly rhymes”
“Think punk from the northwest in the early '90s - the abandon of bands on K, maybe some of the feminine bite of Kill Rock Stars - but with the self-aware camp of the The Dead Milkmen or The B-52s.”
“Rock songwriting strihnute glitter punk and rock, Cokovoko once by their costumes fainted.”
“If there were a sweepstakes to win a date with mindtroll I would enter it”
“Weird lyrics, strange keyboard sounds and 24 more songs to be confused about.”
“Uniquely instrumented tunage and lyrical content varying from 'the old creepy guy at the party' to 'prosopagnosia”
“It's like a magic trick - as a band”
“Mindtroll. More like mindfuck. Mindtroll is a band you can't easily categorize. However, one might call them "art punk." Mindtroll is like a musical protest with four people shouting about ice cream, jazz, being human, and suspicious packages. Oh yes, they go there.”
"Accordion and hip-swinging sass"
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